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Difference Between Wisconson Aen And Aens Engines?


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Posted September 02, 2012 - 04:49 PM

:blink: Wow Ryan, I've never seen cooling fins anywhere near that Bad! :confuse: Was it living by the ocean?

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Posted September 02, 2012 - 07:35 PM

Here is that chart.

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Posted September 02, 2012 - 07:36 PM

Ryan, an AEN is 8.2 hp I didn't see a listing for an an AENS, Wisconsin made that engine for 1949 to 1957

www.asecc.com/data/wisconxin-models you can get a complete list of Wisconsin I.D help there


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Posted September 02, 2012 - 08:04 PM

Ryan the "S" of the AENS stood for high speed. most of the earlier Wisconsins were rated for 2600 rpm the S rating meant they were rated up to 3600 rpm. As you can tell it is tough to find a lot of info on the earlier Wisconsins. I have never seen one that rotted, Is the pic you posted showing the area at the exhaust?

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Posted September 02, 2012 - 08:15 PM

Ryan the "S" of the AENS stood for high speed. most of the earlier Wisconsins were rated for 2600 rpm the S rating meant they were rated up to 3600 rpm. As you can tell it is tough to find a lot of info on the earlier Wisconsins. I have never seen one that rotted, Is the pic you posted showing the area at the exhaust?


Thanks for letting us know! I wish my engine had the ID tag so I could tell what it was. Maybe there is another difference someplace? If it runs faster there has to be a difference.

Yes, that is next to the exhaust. The pipe going to the left is the exhaust.

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Posted September 02, 2012 - 08:24 PM

Thought so, looked a lot like the little AB I used to have. I'd have to guess that engine was run HOT a lot.

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Posted September 02, 2012 - 08:32 PM

I think I may grind off those couple rotted fins so it is flush and does not look so jagged. This tractor will not see any real work, just start up and a little putting around so it does not sit. I will restore it.

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Posted September 02, 2012 - 08:42 PM

You will definately want the high speed engine. Power Kings only have three speeds: slow, slower, and "is this thing moving"?
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Posted September 03, 2012 - 06:46 AM

Power Kings only have three speeds: slow, slower, and "is this thing moving"?
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When PK switches them from 18" to 24" tires, is there a corresponding change in trans gears?

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Posted September 03, 2012 - 07:23 AM

When PK switches them from 18" to 24" tires, is there a corresponding change in trans gears?


No, they are the same. With a Jim Dandy or Country Squire model the bull gears in the final drives are smaller, making them a little faster.

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Posted September 03, 2012 - 09:36 AM

I think the gearing in my 1614 is 5.17 to 1. It is so slow I only use high and try not to get where I have to use reverse for very long. I have an extra tranny and thought about putting it in the tractor backwards to give me two overdrives.

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Posted September 03, 2012 - 03:11 PM

The Wisconsins are WAY TOO HEAVY (I can't even pick one up if I wanted to.)

Ryan don't let Casey fool you ,I saw him carry some heavy stuff at the flea market lol . Is that the worse of the damaged cooling fins ? I wonder what would happen if it ran with those ,Al

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Posted September 03, 2012 - 03:50 PM

Maybe you could build them up with a little JB Weld?




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